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Wayland News (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Wayland, Iowa
, Fex amp Scio the Wayland news volume 24b Wayland. Iowa 52654 Henry county thursday. April 29, 1971 number 26 goo things. By Cliff Elmore Quot give us help from trouble for vain is the help of psalm 60 11 the above words Are part of a prayer of David. He had come to recognize that Many a help can go Only so far a if we depend on just v Many a help we will but god s help is something else. With his help we can succeed in spite of Man. We heard two concerts on monday evening. One Over at the Junior High in Washington which was very Good. And the other later that evening As the rain came pouring through our roof playing different notes As it fell into the containers we had placed there to catch it. That Wasny to so Good what is a Christian recently Young people have in a sense asked this question. If not directly at. Least indirectly. As we watch the life of our Community go on and on Day after Day we begin to form opinions and ask questions ourselves and i think that even though we feel we know the answer to the above question we think and wonder if really there Arentt Many things things we done to yet know a and we should. As a nation a society and As the Church we Are being challenged on Many fronts a and quite frequently the answers we hear fall Short of the answers that Are going to guide future generations into what is right. The most common thing told by Young people is that adults say one thing and teach us we should do one thing but they themselves do not follow it. This was brought to mind recently when an adult came to me and related How in a Community some Young folks were picked up on a particular charge and fined a and just a few weeks later some adults were doing the same thing in the same Community and no one got arrested at All. Our actions really do witness for us no matter what we say we Are or what we teach a our lives Are an open Book there for everyone to read i done to know How Many folks there Are that Call themselves christians but if you do write Down the answer to the above question and then see if a your heart condemn notice notice to bidders the Board of education requests bids on conversion of Coal heating plants to Gas or Oil at the Wayland Crawfordsville and Olds school buildings. Specifications available from supt. Ralph Gibson Box 158, Wayland Iowa. 52654. The Board will meet May 13, 8 00 . To approve or reject All bids received. Waco comm. School District Board of education. Joan Swartzendruber by. Sec a. Pub. April 22 amp 29.regina fort to attend girls state Regina fort daughter of or. And mrs. George fort Wayland has been named by the Bain Hulme legion auxiliary unit to attend girls state at Cedar Falls Jur 7-12a.f.s. Weekend observed at Waco . Weekend was observed april 17 and 18 by the Waco Community school. Weekend activities opened with a Tea at our place in Wayland. Mrs. Helen Rodgers and mrs. Marlin Wyse served As hostesses for the afternoon. Visiting Afsa ers then were guests at a banquet at the Olds gym followed by a program. Guest Afsa ers and their hosts included Leila Prias Mogro of Ecuador guest of Iris Kaufman at the Richard Kaufman Home ame Wartiainen of Norway guest of Scott Wyse at the Marlin Wyse Home Yuko Yamashita of Japan guest of la Jean Miller at the Kenneth Miller Home Cees Cas Endlich of the Netherlands guest of Janice Roth at the Elmer Roth Home Michel Texier of France guest of Doug Gra Ber at the Dwight Graber Home Amalia Sandoval of Guatemala guest of Bev Boal at the Everett Boal Home a Alakai Mills of Ghana guest of Phyllis Krabill at the Maurice Kra Bill Home Aquiles a. Var Arr a of Brazil guest of Julia Unkrich at the Clarence Unkrich Home Maria j. Dicenzi of Argentina guest of Joan Rich at the Donald Rich Home Daniela Ricco Waco ass student was a weekend guest in the Fred Stone Home Mary sue Mccormick of it. Pleasant who had been an ass to Philippines was a guest of Barb Freyenberger at the Joseph Freyenberger Home. Regina is a Junior at Waco High school a member of chorus and camera club and attends the Wayland United methodist Church. During her Sophomore year she was manager of the girls basketball team. Hobbies include sewing swimming and camping. Linda Lyon daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Lyon was named service school Harold Rixe recently re turned from Des Moines where he attended the Green colonial inc. 1971 new product and service school. The school covered both air conditioning and warm air heating. The programs included Laboratory work and on the Job training As Well As lectures. Special sessions were conducted on new developments in roof top heating and air conditioning evaporative coolers electric furnaces and Garrett 55, died at Dubuque Lorel Garrett 55, of 1726 Adair Street in Dubuque died in Finley Hospital in Dubuque on wednesday april 14, 1971. He had been ill since january. Or. Garrett was born in Washington county on february 27, 1916, a son of George and Elsie Hillhouse Garrett. He was reared in Washington county and married August 9, 1935 to Eva Neff. He was a member of the Baptist Church in Dubuque. He formerly worked at Schoonover and Zager drug stores in Washington. Surviving Are his wife six children Gene of Indianola mrs. Robert Carol Brower of Davenport Kay Keebler of Tucson Arizonia Keith of Dubuque Karl of san Francisco and Douglas of Davenport. Also surviving Are ten grandchildren three Brothers de and Dale Garrett of Washington and Glen of it. Pleasant and three Sisters mrs. Charles Reba West of Washington and mrs. Robert june Fulton of Columbus Junction and mrs. Osborne Leota Kent of of turn a. One sister mrs. Nina Deal is deceased. Funeral services were held saturday at 1 30 . In the Jones funeral Home in Washington with Rev. Ted Nutting Mcharge. Cas Ket bearers were Duane All Iman Bradly Fulton Kenneth Kent Donald Neff William West and Richard Deal. Burial was in the Cottonwood services for mrs. W. Jarrard 80 mrs. Walter w. Jarrard 80, of 409 West Washington Street Washington died on Friday night april 16, 1971 at mercy Hospital in Iowa City. She had been in poor health since november. The funeral was held on monday april 19, 1971 at 2 00 . In the Jones funeral Home in Washington with the Rev. M. O. Smith in charge. Burial was in Elm Grove cemetery. Katharine Rich was bom october 14, 1890 in Henry county a daughter of John and Magdalena Wenger Rich. She was reared in the Crawfordsville Community and married february 23, 1911 at Wayland to Walter w. Jarrard. She had lived on farms in the Washington area All of her married life until moving to town in 1947. She was a member of the methodist Church and the a pcs. Surviving Are her husband three children Clarence and Edward Jarrard of Washington and mrs. Floyd Edith Kerr of West Burlington 12 grandchildren 12 great grandchildren one sister mrs. Mary Schirch of Chenoa Illinois and two Brothers Joe Rich of Crawfordsville and John Rich of Wayland. Concert tour Steve and Bruce Wittrig sons of the or. John Witt rigs will be two among the 68 members of the a Nashville Tennessee youth symphony who will be on a five Day concert tour stopping at Krannert Center at Berry College it. Berry Georgia Georgia College in Milledgeville Georgia and appearing at the Southeast music education conference. Wednesday april 28, at Daytona Beach Florida. Steve and and Bruce Are grandsons of or. And mrs. Emerson Wittrig services for Arthur Bachman 78 Arthur Bachman 78, Metamora Illinois passed away on thursday april 22, 1971. Funeral services were held at the Metamora Church sunday afternoon. Among survivors Are a son Earl Bachman of Rural Crawfordsville. Those from this area who attended the services sunday were or. And mrs. Earl Bachman or. And mrs. Dale Showalter Delwyn my Kendall or. And mrs. Bill Bachman or. And mrs Doyle Bachman or. Ana mrs. Dallas Rediger and mrs. Harold word of Troutman death word was received of the sudden death of Delbert Troutman of Placentia California. Or. Troutman passed away at his Home on Friday april 23, 1971. Funeral services were held in California on monday april 26, 1971. James r. Troutman son of or. Troutman went to California to attend the services. A sister mrs. Ralph Ermina Roth of this Community also survives As do a daughter Joan mrs. Kenneth Durian of Torrance California and a brother Gib of California. Do one Good deed today Nancy Benge of Washington spent the weekend in the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs. Max Mcguire. Vicky Benge and Terry Lowe joined Nancy for sunday dinner at the Mcguire Home. Or. And mrs. Myron Mcguire and family of it. Pleasant were sunday evening supper guests in the parental Mcguire Home. Or. And mrs. Maui Miller or. And mrs. Gilbert Roth or. And mrs. Glen Roth or. And mrs. Orie Boese Jane Boese and de Miller attended the passion play at Bloomington Illinois on sunday. Or. And mrs. William Brooks and family and Ron Brown of Washington attended the wedding of mrs. Brooks brother William f. Genck and miss Joyce Waller at Labelle. Missouri. Or. And mrs. Scott Jarrard of Chester California arrived saturday for a visit with mrs. Jarrard a family Howard and we. Cochran mrs. Ann Neff or. And mrs. Sam Marsh other relatives and friends. Infant son died relatives have received word of the sudden death of six month old Samuel Good son of or. And mrs. Donnie Good. Tucson Arizona on sunday evening april 26. Samuel is survived by a brother David years old parents and paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Good. Tucson Arizona former Wayland residents. Iowa Southern utilities co. Installed three new Street lights in Wayland monday two on Highway 78 West and one on the Alley Corner by Zehrs tax office. Waco track schedule april 29 a Williamsburg relays May 3 a Blackhawk conference meet at Pekin May 8 a District meet at. Camanche May 15 a state outdoor at new Sharon
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